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10.06.14
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Nati Cano 1933-2014
10.06.14
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Musician Nati Cano dies at 81; leader of Mariachi los Camperos
Los Angeles Times
11.17.10
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Mariachi brings fiesta spirit to Hop
The Dartmouth
10.29.10
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From a Mariachi Band, a Happy ‘Ay Yay Yay’
The New York Times
10.04.10
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And So It Begins…
UCLAlive.org
02.17.10
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Mariachis celebrate Valentine's Day
Vida En El Valle
04.26.09
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A spectacular 3-plus hours of mariachi
The Arizona Daily Star
02.09.09
James Conlon, Yo-Yo Ma, Wu Man, Silk Road Ensemble , Patti LuPone, Mariachi Los Camperos
2009 GRAMMY AWARD WINNERS
12.04.08
James Conlon, Robert Spano, Jonathan Biss, Jennifer Koh, Yuri Bashmet, Yo-Yo Ma, Wu Man, Silk Road Ensemble , Atlanta Symphony Orchestra , Patti LuPone, Mariachi Los Camperos , Michelle DeYoung
OPUS 3 ARTISTS 2009 GRAMMY AWARD NOMINEES
10.24.08
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Concert Review: Viva la Ronstadt!
Seattle Times
09.10.08
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MARIACHI LOS CAMPEROS PERFORM AT THE 2008 ALMA AWARDS®
12.09.06
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Mariachi band serves up holiday fiesta
The Capital Times
02.12.06
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Cano and company make a joyful case for serious mariachi
The Ann Arbor News

Mariachi Los Camperos was founded by Natividad “Nati” Cano. A traditionalist and a visionary, Cano has both mirrored and shaped the history of mariachi music. He was born in 1933 into a family of mariachi musicians in Jalisco, Mexico, one of the many west Mexican communities that gave life to the mariachi tradition. His career took him first to nearby Guadalajara, Mexico’s second largest city, and then further away to Los Angeles. In Los Angeles, he and Los Camperos emerged as a major driving force of the mariachi music tradition in the United States.

In December 2006, Cano’s contributions to the American music landscape were recognized when he became one of the first artists nationwide to win a USA Fellowship from United States Artists. In its inaugural year, United States Artists awarded 50 USA Fellowships to a total of 54 artists. From among those artists, Mr. Cano was one of only five musicians to be named a USA Fellow in the inaugural year ... read full bio